Say hello to Jennifer Lawrence's cover of British Vogue's November issue. If you're anything like me, on first look, you might be slightly disappointed. Admittedly, the cover is a lot less glitzy than some of the actresses most recent ones but it's this reason that it's really grown on me.
It might sound really basic but the charm of this cover is that she actually looks liker her. Not following me? Just take a look at her face. At a time where retouchers are being overzealous with Photoshop, having a cover star look this natural is becoming increasingly rare. The dress, from the Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2012 collection, is intricate enough for it to warrant being on the cover but doesn't detract from her beauty.
I'm slightly crazy about it but what do you think?
Raf Simons' debut couture collection has already had more than a handful of red carpet moments but the sheer importance of the debut makes me feel the need to continue to do a bit of Dior couture spotting and the latest star to be given the chance to sport a piece is Jennifer Lawrence.
Over the weekend the 22 year-old actress opted for this printed strapless number teamed with black Dior shoes and a Tiffany & Co, Rubedo rose gold cuff and ring. As a big Dior fan I really wanted to like this look but something doesn't quite work. Lawrence doesn't carry it off quite like Rachel Weisz and Jessica Biel did with their gowns and her new dark hair looks a bit too harsh.
She’s kind of the girl who I design for. She’s young, beautiful, and she makes smart choices about films ...The only hard part was me wondering ‘Is she really going to wear it?'" When she did, it made me look like a really, really cool uncle to my 5-year-old niece!
As covers go Dolce & Gabbana and Louis Vuitton have been leading the pack. The Italian brand's embellished leotards have been everywhere this season, mainly on the body of Jennifer Lawrence, and those feminine Vuitton pastels have made the rounds on all of the big covers too. For May though, it's all about Versace. The brand was sported by Charlize Theron on the cover of British Vogue and Rihanna wore that statement yellow two piece number for the cover of American ELLE.
Interview Germany aren't doing too badly as covers stars go. For their debut they managed to bag Leonardo Di Caprio followed by Lana Del Rey and their latest issue, which is on newsstands now, features girl de jour Jennifer Lawrence. The actress appears wearing one of those great but not very wearable Dolce & Gabbana jumpsuits that have been making the cover rounds recently and looks great doing so.
But crazy body aside, it's the accompanying editorial piece that really won me over. 'Sometimes I think, I should rather have more artistic answers ready,' she told the title. 'But the truth is: I’d like to be Bridget Jones and I am interested in Hulk Hogan.' When asked what she plans to do with her first pay check she joked that she wants to 'bathe in a pool full of pasta.' I'm sold!
Just when you thought that she couldn't top 'that' red Calvin Klein dress, Jennifer Lawrence did just that. The gold fall 2012 Prabal Gurung dress that she wore to attend the first premiere for her new film, 'The Hunger Games' failed to disappoint. While red carpet looks haven't excited recently, this look is one that we won't forget any time soon so with that in mind, it's hardly a surprise that people are going crazy for the dress which has just been made available to order on Moda Operandi.
The site offers the dress in it's original form as well as an option to have the cut outs covered with sheer black tulle inserts and while you won't be able to get your hands on it now, if you order it today you can get your hands on it before anyone else as the estimated delivery time is July 1st.
Yesterday Salvatore Ferragamo held a big party in New York to celebrate the launch of their new fragrance, Signorina. While they managed to pull a pretty impressive guest list - everyone from Veronica Webb to Emma Roberts attended - all eyes were on AnnaSophia Robb.
As we reported last month, the young actress has just secured the role of the young Carrie Bradshaw in much anticipated, 'The Carrie Diaries'. While her look didn't wow me, I have a feeling that Jennifer Lawrence and Elizabeth Olsen might have some competition with her in the coming months. The TV series is set to be a big one and it's only a matter of time before the industry begin to woo her just as they are doing to Lawrence and Olsen at the moment.
Jennifer Lawrence is having a moment. From the first premiere of her new movie 'Hunger Games' earlier on this week it quickly became apparent that the actress is the new fashion darling much in the way that Blake Lively has been since her role in 'Gossip Girl'. Just in case you didn't realise her new golden girl status, the 21 year-old wore this stunning one-of-a-kind Ralph Lauren creation. The crocodile-skin printed design reportedly took over 800s hours of hand beading to create the effect.
Jennifer Lawrence knows how to get everyone talking when it comes to her sartorial choices. Cast your mind back in to early 2011 and you'll remember that nobody could stop talking about how great she looked in that red Calvin Klein dress that she wore to the Golden Globes. Last night she did it again but this time it's all about this gold metallic Prabal Gurung gown that she wore to the premiere of her new movie, 'The Hunger Games'. While critics seem to be split on this one, she's definitely captured everyone's attention.
Vanity Fair's annual Hollywood Issue cover is always good but this year's offerings is my favourite. The pull-out cover stars Rooney Mara, Mia Wasikowska, Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, Elizabeth Olsen, Adepero Oduye, Shailene Woodley, Paula Patton, Felicity Jones, Lily Collins, and Brit Marling.
Shot by Mario Testino, the actresses appear in an Art Deco set which was designed 'to evoke the all-white, Jazz Age interiors of English decorator Syrie Maugham, whose clients included Bunny Mellon, Elsa Schiaparelli, and the Duchess of Windsor', the magazine explained.